Written by by Brian Huxman Tuesday, 08 February 2000 18:00The Hillsboro High School wrestling team ended its regular season Saturday afternoon by going 2-2 at The Hillsboro High School wrestling team ended its regular season Saturday afternoon by going 2-2 at the Southeast of Saline Invitational Tournament. The Trojans started with a tough loss to Remington, 46-18. The lone wins for Hillsboro came in consecutive matches. Ryan Jilka started with a pinfall coming just 10 seconds from the end of the match in 160-pound class. Chuck Bina followed suit at 171 pounds, coming away with an early pinfall in just 1:10. Wade Sorensen then pinned his opponent in just 1:18 at 189 pounds. But the story of the match was at 215 pounds, where Trojan Ronnie Davis took on Justin Eck, ranked third in Class 3-2-1A. Davis led for much of the match, but came down with a stinger in his right arm and was charged a penalty. He lost 15-8 but held his own against a tough opponent. Hillsboro’s highlight of the day was defeating Marion. At 103-pounds, Trojan Michael Penner got the match off on the right foot by getting a pin late in his match. After three consecutive losses to the Warriors, Bina got Hillsboro back on track with a pin in the first period. After a Sorensen loss, Davis came up with a big win, 3-2 in overtime over James Karhoff, who has given Davis trouble throughout the season. After cruising past St. John’s Military School, Hillsboro took on Southeast of Saline, losing a close match 37-24. Wins for Hillsboro came from Jared Hefley, Carson Greenhaw, Ryan Jilka and Davis. Hillsboro returns to action Saturday in the MCAA League Meet in Hesston.